Practicly, I'm doing exercises every day, but these cellulites won't go away. Can you tell me what to do, tp get rid of them.
Lot of water
You cannot get rid of cellulite. Everybody has it There are ways to minimize the appearance, however exercise isn't always the answer. http://www.m.webmd.com/healthy-beauty/features/can-you-beat-cellulite?page=2
Funny story: a friend of mine didn't know cellulites existed or that they were considered unattractive until her 20's. To her it was just how women's butts and thighs looked.
All women have them because of the body fat being stored especially in the hip and thigh area. It's just a question of how visible they are. There are different theories on what cellulites are and why we have them, one of them being decreased circulation in veins and the lymphatic system. There's no scientific proof for any method to get rid of them. They don't depend on weight or body fat percentage, but they are more visible on overweight people.
You could try drinking lots of water and eating healthy, but there's no guarantee that it will work.
I've realized I'm getting more noticeable cellulite, so I figured I'd jump in with both feet on these at home remedies.
I recently made a scrub at home with coconut oil, sugar and coffee grinds.. there's many different recipes online I found mine on YouTube.
You scrub this on your legs and even when you're being vigorous the oil protects your skin, while you get blood flow to the surface. The caffeine is supposed to tighten you or awaken your skin, but I find the best benefit is the moisturizing. I have tried this scrub once, and along with 4 days of strictly working out my glutes I can see a bit of a difference!
Not sure how long it'll last if I stop now, but it really doesn't hurt in the long run to focus more on the buns!
I agree with the majority of posts on here, a little cellulite is perfectly normal, everyone has it! But if you drink plenty, and exercise your bum/thighs, this can seriously reduce the appearance because it tightens the skin. Obv eating well helps too. Some creams and scrubs help too as an extra, but you want to focus on the underlying mostly. Get doing those squats!
Take your body weight in pounds and divide it in half. That's how many ounces of water you should drink everyday. If your looking for a product to help you, message me.